CAR has long been a site of numerous crises. The recent escalation in violent conflict in the country has seen a dramatic increase in the intensity and frequency of attacks on civilians in particular. ACLED researchers have compiled a selection of resources to facilitate analysis of the levels of violence within CAR over time.


ACLED CAR Monadic File (Updated 30th August 2014) 

A monadic file providing data on all events within Libya since 2010. For a discussion of the difference between monadic and dyadic files, please see the User Guide below.


ACLED CAR Dyadic File (Updated 30th August 2014

A dyadic file providing data on all events within Libya since 2010. For a discussion of the difference between monadic and dyadic files, please see the User Guide below.


ACLED Guide and FAQs for Media Users

A document which provides an overview of the ACLED project, the structure and content of the data, and addresses frequently asked questions.


ACLED Country Profile on CAR (February 2009)


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Previous Conflict Trends Reports

The following reports have been published in the past two years, providing analysis of various aspects of Libya’s conflict dynamics.

 

July 2014


June 2014


May 2014


April 2014


March 2014


February 2014


January 2014


December 2013

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Update of ACLED Resources on Central African Republic
Roudabeh Kishi
Roudabeh Kishi
Research Director
Roudabeh Kishi is the Research Director of ACLED. She oversees the quality, production, and coverage of all ACLED data across the globe; leads research and analysis across regional teams; aids in new partnerships with local sources and users; and supports the capacity building of NGOs and conflict observatories around the world. Dr. Kishi holds a Ph.D. in Government and Politics from the University of Maryland with specializations in international relations and quantitative methodology. She is fluent in English, Farsi, and basic French.
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